Wednesday, March 29, 2023

Automotive spare parts importers support vehicle inspection

The recently announced measure for the vehicle technical inspection (ITV) to be carried out by the National Institute of Transit and Land Transportation (Intrant) received the support of the National Association of Importers and Distributors of Automotive Parts, Accessories and Mobility (Anamara), who are committed to compliance with regulations to strengthen road safety.

The organization expressed its full support for the measures adopted through a press release, in which they indicated that these are actions that citizens have been waiting for a long time, since they will reduce deaths from traffic accidents.

“We have decided to support and accompany Intrant in this process, which will ensure a real effectiveness of road safety”, expressed both the Anamara Board of Directors and its 100 associates, who indicated that they identify and support both the decision and the effort it makes the state.

The execution of the vehicle technical inspection, which will be carried out soon in the country in coordination with the General Directorate of Public-Private Partnerships (DGAPP), will bring “clear rules” according to Anamara, which will translate into a reduction in deaths on highways.

In the statement, they also made themselves available to encourage other associations and entities related to the sector to also support the measure adopted by the State through the Intrant.

Likewise, they try to join efforts so that these measures are implemented, in order to meet the reduction objectives of at least 50% in deaths and injuries due to traffic accidents of the National Strategic Plan for Road Safety of the Dominican Republic (PENSV) 2021- 2030.


With 44 years in the country, Anamara brings together 85% of the spare parts import market nationwide, including the twenty largest original automotive spare parts companies.

“The companies associated with Anamara provide spare parts, tires, batteries, lubricants and other accessories to the country’s vehicle fleet, guaranteeing safe conditions to avoid traffic accidents, which each year cause the death of more than 2,000 people due to accidents, mostly caused by due to mechanical failures,” the statement said.


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